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CHARGES AGAINST CHENEY IN NIGERIA DROPPED AFTER HELP FROM BUSH SR.


By War Criminals Watch - Posted on 23 December 2010

By Jason Leopold
From Truthout | Original Article

Former President George H.W. Bush and ex-Secretary of State James Baker were part of a negotiating team that convinced Nigerian government officials to drop $180 million bribery charges against Dick Cheney and Halliburton, the oil services firm he led prior to becoming vice president.

Bush and Baker, whose law firm was hired by Halliburton in 2004 to handle the bribery allegations, participated in conference call discussions with senior Nigerian government officials, including the country's attorney general, Mohammed Adoke, last weekend on behalf of Cheney in an attempt to work out a settlement, according to a report published by an African news agency.

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